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These Are The Last 19 Things You’d Ever Want To See In A Bathroom. OMG… Serious Fails.

Using a public restroom is always a dangerous gamble. There is a chance the toilet is clean and well maintained… but it’s far more likely that you’re just stepping into a war zone. Some of the most ridiculous things can be found in a public bathroom. It’s almost like architects make them frightening on purpose. These bathroom fails are some of the worst you’ll ever see. You’d never want to walk into a bathroom after a long night and see any of these things. Not only are some gross, but many just don’t make sense. These are bathrooms from Hell.

1.) You can bond with the person in front of you in line.

2.) Are they encouraging you to wash your hands?

3.) I hope you don’t like privacy.

4.) A family who eats together, bathes together?

5.) This bathroom will help you go #2.

6.) Performance anxiety? I hope not.

7.) This just defies all logic.

8.) Measure twice, cut once. Don’t just forget to measure and then have to cut.

9.) Wait, what are they doing in the bath tub then?

10.) Everything about this feels wrong.

11.) At least you won’t run out of toilet paper. Or nightmares.

12.) This can’t possibly smell okay.

13.) The struggle is real.

14.) This isn’t helping any.

15.) HOW?

16.) Peeing in this child-sized toilet would just feel… wrong.

17.) It’s a game of thrones.

18.) Couples should never, ever use this toilet.

19.) I have a feeling they installed the toilet after the door.

(H/T BuzzFeed) There is a reason why “waiting until you get home” always seems like such a good idea when you have to pee in public. Not only is it cleaner, but you’ll avoid the insane bathroom fails that are everywhere. (Don’t even think about using a Port A Potty.)

You Can Make These Toilet-Cleaning ‘Bombs’ And Never Use Nasty Chemicals Again

Looking for a way to clean your toilet without the hassle?

Then you’ve come to the right place! With just a handful of simple ingredients, you can create something that’ll do 98% of the dirty job for you. What are we talking about?

Toilet bombs!

These nifty cleaning orbs can be made at home with minimal effort…plus, you’ll know exactly what goes into them and won’t have to worry about breathing in toxic fumes while you scrub!

To make yours, all you’ll need are the following:

Use a wooden or non-reactive spoon and combine the baking soda, citric acid, and Borax in a bowl. Stir them and add 20 drops of lemon essential oil. Repeat with each essential oil you want and mix well.

Next, spray the mix with about five spritzes of hydrosol and stir well. You don’t want any fizzing to happen, so continue adding hydrosol until it is just damp enough to pack into a mold. Let them sit overnight.

This video offers a slightly different recipe. Watch how they’re made — it’s so easy!

Cleaning a toilet has never been this easy!

The Reason Why He Pours Dish Soap Down A Toilet Is Surprisingly Cool. I Had No Idea!

One of my worst fears is seeing a clogged toilet. As it quickly fills up towards the brim, there’s a desperate struggle to find a way to make it stop before it spills all over the floor. Which is exactly why when, in a panic, some feel the need to reach for a plunger. They hope they can force the clog to go through the pipes with sheer determination.

But after witnessing the incredibly simple life hack presented below, we hope you’ll never again worry about such a problem. Because with a bit of dishwashing soap and a little patience, your toilet clogging problems will be over for good.

The incredible ease of this trick begs one important question: how in the world is this the first time we’re learning about it?!

17 Ways To Keep Your Bathroom From Being A Den Of Disease

Until we finally learn to stop decorating them with white porcelain, bathrooms will forever be the worst rooms in the house to clean. But what people don’t realize is that there a some simple things you can do to minimize the grime and keep your bathroom from looking like a holding cell at a local precinct. Here are 18 everyday bathroom cleaning tips to keep your water closet spic and span!

1. While you’re cleaning the bathroom, don’t forget to throw your grimy old bathmats in the wash!

2. Is your showerhead all crusty? Try filling a bag up with water and vinegar and attaching it around the head. This will help dissolve all the buildup.

3. Soak your toothbrushes in white vinegar as a natural way to clean them.

4. Squeeze the juice out of half a lemon and then rub your faucet spout with the citrus. It makes it smell great and cleans it!

5. With the fan blowing, you can clean the exhaust vents of your bathroom using canned air.

6. Can’t seem to unclog your sink? Try pouring vinegar and baking soda down the drain, wait 30 minutes, then follow it up with boiling water.

7. For an extra-deep clean, remove your toilet seat every once in a while to get in the crevices. All you need is a flathead screwdriver!

8. You know how your towels sometimes get that terrible mildewy smell? That can be fixed! All you have to do is throw them in the wash along with a cup of vinegar and set it to hot water (no detergent).

9. Placing bleach soaked cotton coil around the edges of your bathtub overnight can help get rid of mildew

10. Dryer sheets are surprisingly good at removing the ring around your toilet.

11. A simple mixture of three parts baking soda to one part bleach can be used to scrub your bathroom tile’s grout.

12. Perhaps the easiest way to clean the toilet tank is to just drop a couple denture tablets in there overnight.

13. They’re meant for dishes, but if you keep one of these soap-dispensing wands in your shower filled with dish detergent and vinegar, it might compel people to get some cleaning done while they’re in there.

14. Mops don’t have to be just for the floors! Depending on the kind it is, you can also mop your walls. Use any all-purpose cleaner for paint, and vinegar or Windex for tile.

15. Do you find that when cleaning your mirrors you end up just smearing the gunk around and making it worse? There’s an easy fix for that — use newspapers instead of paper towels!

16. A good way to remove rust off of chrome is to buy a can of Bar Keepers Friend and scrub it away. Short on cash? You can also just rub tin foil on it with regular old water.

17. Use a drain stick to really get in deep and get rid of all the hair and stuff from the drain.

It’s not pretty work…but it’s important work! If you let your bathroom get too out of hand, it basically becomes a den of grime and bacteria that could be harmful to you and your family’s health. Just sayin’.